Buzz off, Boomers
Baby Boomers were set up to succeed. So why do they love complaining about Millennials so much?
What’s up with all the buried treasure lately?
Donald Trump is about to sign something called the “EGO Act”
What we loved this week
A list of all the places that the sea already came for
Rich people can’t stop buying luxury apartments and not using them
Maryland needs a new state song that doesn’t endorse the Confederacy, and we have suggestions
No, you can’t do an eye test online
West Virginia teachers on winning the battle and fighting the war
Sadly, Martin Shkreli didn’t get scammed into paying $2 million for a fake Wu-Tang Clan album
Connecticut has declared war on coyotes
Further proof that Scientology is extremely lame
The stress of a bad economy is literally killing us
There’s nothing romantic about ‘The Bachelor’
How to convince your favorite artist to play in your town
Let’s all bask in Mr. Rogers mania
20 Questions with Stuart Murdoch of Belle and Sebastian
These ‘Ready Player One’ posters are actually really cool
Tourists are swarming Antarctica to see it before it’s gone
Seamless wants to turn you into a sociopath so you order more Seamless
Sorry Barbra Streisand, it’s weird to clone your dog
Axl Rose hates Trump as much as you do
Think on it
It’s not that they don’t do violent things in real life because they’ve done them in GTA. Rather, games like GTA create the appearance that there is a desire to do such things, whether we do them or not.
The number of views on a video with a completely fake, alarmist science explainer of how the world would end if a nuclear bomb went off in the Marianas Trench.